From our Correspondent
TINSUKIA, June 22: The new Deputy Commissioner of Tinsukia, Oim Saran Kumar Singh, in an interaction with the media persons of Tinsukia at DC’s conference hall on Thursday, assured to work to the best of his ability for the development and well-being of the district. While seeking suggestions from media persons, he said, Tinsukia being the most challenging district in Assam riddled with diversified problems, he had to prioritize the issues. Singh was made aware of difficulties faced by the common people about traffic problems, road encroachment, by-pass issue, ill functioning of Tinsukia Municipal Board, water supply scheme and auto-rickshaw mece.
Singh declared that a revised scheme against Rs 200 crore packages sanctioned for Tinsukia town had been sent for approval while traffic problems, parking and renovation of Dak Banglow had been given more importance. Though polythene has been banned after promulgating 144 CrPC, he wished to eradicate use of polythene in phased manner from the district. When pointed out about lack of security and safety of passengers on Bhupen Hazarika Setu (Dhola-Sadiya bridge), the DC remarked that he had already received several complaints and SDO (S) Sadiya Biswajit Phukan had been instructed to deal with the situation effectively, adding that he would persolly monitor the progress of the schemes.